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Sky has acquired the rights to all eight Harry Potter films in time for Christmas 2012 - boosting the appeal of its TV and broadband bundles.

The broadband provider will have the exclusive right to air the ever-popular films, based on the books of J K Rowling, this winter.

Sky has signed a deal with Warner Bros which will see the entire back catalogue move on to satellite television for three months.

Viewers will be able to watch the movies on Sky's On Demand service and also via its Sky Go apps.

The entire Harry Potter collection will also be available via the Sky Movies monthly pass on NOW TV, the internet TV service powered by the broadband provider.

This offers easy and flexible access to Sky Movies across a range of internet-connected devices.

Ian Lewis, Director of Sky Movies, said the firm was "delighted" to be extending its partnership with Warner Bros to air all the Harry Potter films over Christmas.

"To make it even better, Sky Movies customers can also enjoy the entire series of films on-demand through their Sky+HD box, or watch them while they are on the move via their smartphone or mobile tablet," he stated.

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